Apple makes ‘For All Mankind’ free to stream without TV+ subscription

Apple has made its TV series For All Mankind available to stream for free.

The company has confirmed that, for a limited time only, the first season of the acclaimed television series will be available to watch for free, even without an Apple TV+ subscription. The idea is to encourage more people to give the platform a try.

On the For All Mankind Twitter account, Apple has confirmed that the first season of the show is now available to stream via the TV app on iOS, Apple TV, and at apple.com/tv.

Users won’t need to sign up for a free trial either – the series can be streamed for a ‘limited time’. Since the launch of the first series, Apple has launched another two series of the popular show, with the latest premiering just days ago on June 10.

Apple TV+ costs just $4.99 in the United States or can be bundled into an Apple One subscription. A free trial of the streaming service is available, and anyone who purchases a new iPhone or Mac is eligible or an extended three-month free trial.

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